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Maillol

Aristide . 1861--1944, French sculptor, esp of monumental female nudes
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1939: Buchholz Gallery, New York, Exhibition Aristide Maillol. 1940: (December) The Arts Club of Chicago, Aristide Maillol.
As this fall-s splendid exhibition at Marlborough Gallery made dear, the sculpture of Aristide Maillol (1861-1944) Can be described more or less the same way?
Kessler's Cranach Presse published one of the masterpieces of the last century's accomplishments in the illustrated book, an edition of Virgil's Eclogues (Weimar, 1926) with Renaissance type, woodcuts by Aristide Maillol, and handmade paper.
Here again, Exner develops his poems in relation to, or in response to, a work of art: the sculpture La Nuit by Aristide Maillol in Winterthur, Switzerland, of a nude woman sitting with her head bowed down and resting on her crossed arms, set on her raised knees, and here reproduced in photographs from different angles on front and back covers and on two pages within.
Among the sculptors represented in the collection were Jacob Epstein, Aristide Maillol, Auguste Rodin, and William Zorach.
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On the left is Three Seated Women (1949) by Henry Moore and Eve a la Pomme (1899) by Aristide Maillol. To the right is a pair of Sevres porcelain vases (1780-90) and a limestone statue of the Virgin and Child (c.
Twenty illustrations show Kessler's parents, the young man and many of the persons whose lives Kessler affected, including Elisabeth Forster-Nietzsche, Henry van de Velde, Gordon Craig, Rodin, and Aristide Maillol.
Entonces comienza a perfilar sus primeras formas en los talleres de Wifredo Lato, Joseph Lacasse, Andre Masson y Aristide Maillol. Pero llega 1942 y, a causa de la ocupacion nazi en Francia, los Serge deben abandonar Europa.